restructuring the debt, restructuring the systems that create this debt domestically, that's not even on the table. how far do you think they're willing to take this, jonathan? in other words, the one thing that seems to be supporting everything is the ten-year bond yield stays under 3%, so for all the inflammatory rhetoric and the fear about italy, greece, whatever it may be, at the end of the day, those who finance our government, most notably the federal reserve, are happy to collect a pittance in payment. >> right. well, see, here's the thing, dylan, you probably know this better than i do, but remember when president obama said that he wanted to get this -- get whatever deal down by july 22nd to have congress vote on it, so that everything is in place by august 2nd? that's also a deadline the bond markets is looking at as when and if they take action.